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Do’s and don’ts of dairy digesters

Eight dairy farmers gathered at World Dairy Expo on Thursday to share the real story behind dairy digesters. Each dairy farmer shared the trials and tribulations that they went through when they built a digester on their farm. FULL STORY »

Wisconsin sends hay to drought-stricken Oklahoma and Texas

The first load of donated hay was delivered to a drought stricken area near Altus, Okla., late last month and a second load is slated to arrive this week. But as organizers of the Waupun Equipment Hay Drive have learned, there is more work to be done. FULL STORY »

Robotic milking here to stay

The number of farms using automatic milking systems has grown substantially over the last several years. From the first on-farm installation in the Netherlands in 1992 to more than 10,000 milking units today, automatic milking is clearly a technology that is here to stay, says Doug Reinemann with the University of Wisconsin Milking Research and Instruction Lab. FULL STORY »

World Forage Analysis Superbowl winners named

Nearly 400 entries from 23 states competed for top honors and more than $22,000 in cash prizes at the 28th annual World Forage Analysis Superbowl. FULL STORY »

Illinois cow earns top honors in the Central National Jersey Show

Pine Haven Ssm Marmie, owned by Nic, Jeni, Ben and Andy Sauder of Tremont, Ill., was awarded Grand Champion honors at the 2011 Central National Jersey Show at World Dairy Expo. Marmie was the winning Four-Year-Old cow, Best Udder, and the recipient of the Udder Comfort $1,000 Grand Champion Cash Award. FULL STORY »

California cow tops Milking Shorthorn Show

Innisfail Ro Lady 5086-TW-EXP, exhibited by John Stuart Rowe of Orland, Calif., was named the Grand Champion of the International Milking Shorthorn Show at World Dairy Expo. Lady was the winning Five-Year-Old, Best Uddered and recipient of the Udder Comfort $1,000 Grand Champion Cash Award. FULL STORY »

Sauder continues winning tradition in the Central National Junior Jersey Show

Ben Sauder, from Tremont, Ill., is certainly no stranger to the winners circle. He exhibited the Grand Champion Female on the Central National Junior Jersey Show for the third consecutive year at World Dairy Expo. South Mountain Voltage Spice-ET was the first place junior in the Junior-Three-Year-Old Cow class and earned Sauder the $500 Udder Comfort Grand Champion Cash Award. FULL STORY »

World Dairy Expo: Ohio cow tops Junior Milking Shorthorn Show

Mi-San Acres O Lust-ET, exhibited by David Riley of Williamsfield, Ohio wins the International Junior Milking Shorthorn Show at the 2011 World Dairy Expo and the $500 Udder Comfort Grand Champion Cash Award. Lust was the winner of the Senior-Two Year Old Cow class. FULL STORY »

3 steps to save energy and money

The SaveEnergy tool is now available to help dairy farmers save energy and improve their bottom line. FULL STORY »

Put genomic tests to work for you

The gains you can make in your herd’s genetic merit more than pay for the cost of genomic testing, especially in the absence of pedigree information, Tom Lawlor, director of research and development for Holstein Association, USA told audiences at World Dairy Expo in Madison, Wis., yesterday. FULL STORY »

U.S. Dairy Sustainability Awards Program names judges

The Innovation Center for U.S. Dairy announced during World Dairy Expo yesterday that its newly launched awards program will be judged by a panel of experts from academic institutions, USDA, EPA, World Wildlife Fund, media and dairy industry leaders. FULL STORY »

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